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Boogaloo Bois Member Gets 2 Years in Plot to Attack Minnesota Capitol

Michael Paul Dahlager, 27, was sentenced in federal court Tuesday in Minneapolis after pleading guilty in July to unlawful possession of a machine gun.

A judge sentenced a St. Cloud man who pledged loyalty to the antigovernment group Boogaloo Bois to two years in prison for illegally possessing devices that turn semi-automatic rifles into automatic weapons.

Michael Paul Dahlager, 27, was sentenced in federal court Tuesday in Minneapolis after pleading guilty in July to unlawful possession of a machine gun.

Dahlager was a self-described member of the Boogaloo Bois, the loose-knit organization that espouses antigovernment — and especially anti-police — sentiment and is dedicated to exploiting chaos and starting the next American civil war, according to federal authorities.

Read more at the StarTribune

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